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Monday, November 28, 2016

Have 3 minutes to help my students?

As I write this blog post, I am excited for the opportunities my students have in our Entrepreneurship course.  We are participating in a regional competition called the Greater Binghamton Scholastic Challenge sponsored by Modern Marketing Concepts.  At this competition over 50 student groups from 20+ school districts bring product/service ideas to fruition through much hard work.  The past couple of years, the winners have received funding to actually start a business. Last year, partly due to your input, we won 2 of the 3 events!!  Every aspect of it is real-world and we need YOUR help! Below are the surveys each group put together.  IF you have time to complete a couple, they could really use your feedback.  None of them will take you more than 90 seconds to fill out.  Remember, this is a learning experience for all of them, so if you have any feedback for them, please feel free to comment on this blog or tweet me at @MrsMurat.  Thank you in advance for your assistance!

Feel free to skip around on the list!

Tomorrow's Eden  

Luxury Weight Training 

Shoe Cycle

Incentive Service

Better Braces

Color Shifters

No Worries

WeatherWear

Shark Detection

ClearVision

Sneakerhead App

Cop Radar Detectors

LZ Farm

Part and Labor Product

Three Bowl: Microwavable Dish

Quick Shopper

Key Tracker

Nite Light

ShortStop Shop

MiFi

Sleep Soundly Speaker Pillow

Heat Feet




























3 comments:

  1. I was unable to enter any responses for Luxury Weight Training.

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  3. This is a great activity, but many of the products seem unrealistic or like they would be outrageously expensive to create or consume (No Worries restaurant for example). The Luxury Weight Training - adding sand to padding, sounds downright dangerous! It would be helpful for product development if the students were asking whether there is an interest in the product or a need to be fulfilled as well as whether or not the consumer would pay a certain amount for the product.

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